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Remove slider on tool box

by Manage My Life Last activity date:
July 23rd, 2011

I have a Model #706650155 - Craftsman 40" 6 drawer cart. Can u explain or show me where I need to go to remove the slider mounted on the tool box itself? This is the part I need to remove Slides
PART NUMBER: M10421-U
Substitution: M12923
Also can you tell me if this is covered under the Crafstman warranty?

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Craftsman , Garage Organization & Shelving
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Manage My Life
To remove the slider mounted to the toolbox, you need to remove the drawer from the rails.

I am sending you 2 images showing how to remove the drawers on most Craftsman tool boxes. One of the methods should work on your rails.

The warranty on most Craftsman tool boxes is 1 year. I don't think your toolbox will be covered.
by Manage My Life
July 23rd, 2011
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PAUL EDDY
there are little tabs on both the box and the drawer the stop drawer from being pulled out to far some are sheet metal some are spring steel you have to push these little tabs down with small screwdriver or pick. slightly push slider back so the stop is not tight against it be fore pushing tab. IMO take drawer off slides then remove slides form box.
you likely will have to re bend tabs up if the sheet metal kind so drawer does not pull out and land on you tootsies when you open it in a hurry.
sorry my boxes are not readily available to take pictures of at this time

it appears that some are different then either of the above types some ball bearing drawers have little tabs to lift /push down
" * If you pull the drawers out there full length, you should see two black tabs to release the drawer glide.
* Push one up and the other side push down and then pull the drawer out.

* The drawer glides are a snap type. I would suggest that you use a rubber mallet to tap on the tabs that hook into the drawer to remove.
* The glides are held into the cabinet with a tilt and snap type of installation just like the drawers."
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by PAUL EDDY
July 22nd, 2011
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Manage My Life
Neither one of those sites were helpful, could not find the owners manual. The discussion was not about my tool box, did not understand what the expert said.
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by Manage My Life
July 21st, 2011
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Joseph Perez
When making some adjustments on an appliance, Manage My Life is here to help. While you are waiting for your expert answer, I did manage to find a link that will provide you with some good information to help you with your quesiton. I am also adding a second link in where you can enter your appliance model number and the owners manual will pop up in where you can find some warranty information. I hope my links are useful.
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July 21st, 2011
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